The average person says yes, that only in a certain environment, such as during a long plane ride.
However, for those of us who live with chronic illness who may not leave the house during your typical day –& yet may also want to actually get out of our PJs, this may be a product that you are interested in.
It is an interesting concept, however, there are a few drawbacks:
- They are only available online or by phone, which can make it hard to be able to feel the actual fabric which is one of the main selling points, as well as see how they fit.
- The retail price is $39.95. Uh, em. … More than want to pay for something I’m going to lounge around in.
- we visited the PajamaJean’s website & they only come in sizes up to 10 to 12 or extra-large.
- According to “the look” & the reporter on the street, fit like low-ride jeans. If the whole idea is “comfort” then shouldn’t a gal be able to be comfortable without feeling like she needs to type her shirt down constantly?
The good news?
It is a great concept. The New York news says:
A pair of pants designed to look like jeans – but feel like pajamas – is now on sale. The aptly named PajamaJeans are made of a mixture of cotton & sp&ex with a gray jersey lining to provide a snug & relaxed fix, complete with pockets & rivets to give the illusion of trendy denim. The creators behind this new clothing concept are apparently hoping to capitalize on the success of jeggings – the garment that’s part jeans, part leggings.
For now, we are going to “sit this one out,” (literally, because I’m larger than a size 12!) but if you happen to order some, we would love to hear your feedback!